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July 10, 2016

Fire-affected structures identified after Damage Assessment

Boulder County, Colo. - A Damage Assessment Team was escorted by the Incident Management Team to survey damage identified by ground crews.

The land survey resulted in identifying three homes that are destroyed. These homes each included one outbuilding each that was also destroyed (for a total of 6 destroyed structures).

  • 171 Bonanza Drive
  • 37 N. Sky View Drive
  • 325 Sherwood Drive

This is an active fire with fire crews still working in the area. The area is still a mandatory evacuation zone and residents should not be inside the zone. Currently there are 52 additional structures within the fire perimeter, of those structures, 30 are identified as homes. At this time, there are no identified homes in the immediate path of the fire. Shifting winds and high temperatures could potentially put more homes in danger.

Currently the weather is sitting at temperatures between 84-88 with a minimum humidity of 10-15%. Wind is currently out of the West and SW with gusts up to 35 MPH. Conditions are considered unstable and extremely dry. A projected cold front will be coming in tomorrow morning which will bring in high winds.

Updates about fire conditions and other important information can be found at www.BoulderOEM.com/emergency-status/ and on Twitter @BoulderOEM or at www.Facebook.com/BoulderOEM.

Non-emergency questions can be directed to the public Call Center at 303-413-7730.